• Health Equity for EveryONE On Demand

    CME Courses for Health Equity Education

    The Health Equity for EveryONE online CME activity, which is part of AAFP's The EveryONE Project initiative, is a series providing opportunities for you to learn about equitable and inclusive care, the impact of obstacles created by non-inclusive care, and strategies to address such obstacles. This activity features didactic sessions presented by over a dozen faculty and provides access to learning materials on various topics such as antiracism, disabilities, language, stigma, bias, and much more.

    Focused areas of learning include:

    • Identifying new insights and evidence-based practices aiding family physicians in addressing social determinants of health
    • Considering implications of policies not traditionally considered relevant to healthcare (such as housing and urban development, transportation, education, etc.)
    • Advocating for public policies supporting health equity
    • Leading positive community change

    Approved for up to 14.75 AAFP Prescribed credits. CME credit is approved through December 8, 2025.


    AAFP Member: $295
    New Physician: $245
    Student or Resident: $195
    Other Health Care Professional: $295
    Nonmember: $385


    Note: the price you will see in the cart will be the price you will pay.

    Health Equity for Everyone on screen of laptop
    • 34 video sessions between 15 minutes and one hour in length.
    • CME reporting after each session
    • PDF of slide presentation for each session
    • MP3 audio file for each session
    • Return at any time to start or continue sessions

    Estimated time required to complete this activity: 15 hours

    Note: Access to online content ends on December 8, 2025.

    Learning Objectives for our Curriculum

    At the end of the activity, you will be able to:

    • Examine the role race has played in primary care throughout history, its generational impact, and strategies to combat racism in family medicine for a more inclusive future.
    • Identify implicit bias in family medicine and develop action plans to mitigate its effects on practice advancement and improve equity and inclusion at every interaction point and at every stage of care.
    • Explain the important role of diversity, inclusion, and equity in physician leadership, team-based care, career advancement, and practice management.
    • Develop an action plan for creating a wholly inclusive office environment.
    • Examine the most up-to-date and gender-affirming care practices for transgender and non-binary patient populations.

    Explore our health equity programs and training curriculum to advance your career. We will identify examples and provide the health equity framework to support your needs.


    • ACES and Trauma-Informed Care
    • Addressing Stigma in Medicine
    • Allyship: What it is and How to be a Good One
    • Anti-racism Overview and Application to Medicine
    • Basics of a welcoming space
    • Bias Recognition and Mitigation Strategies
    • Community Coordination: Call to Action
    • Coordinated Community Care
    • Correcting our Mistakes with Grace: When You Say it Badly
    • Disability Overview
    • Embracing CLAS standards
    • Fostering an Inclusive Work Environment for Physicians with Disabilities
    • How to Mentor/Sponsor Someone Different from You
    • Leadership Traps/Pitfalls and How to Avoid Them
    • Level Setting The Space—What Is the State of URIM in Medical Leadership; Gaps, Opportunities, etc.
    • Mentorship vs Sponsorship and Why You Need Both
    • Navigating Visits with an Interpreter
    • Overview of Affirming Care
    • Overview of Hormone Therapy
    • Overview of the AMA Language Guide
    • Performance vs Action: Making your DEI Action Statement Come Alive
    • Seeking to Understand: Helping All Voices at the Table Be Heard
    • Teaching your Team QI
    • The Angry Black Woman and other hurdles to leading effectively
    • The Complicated History of Medicine & Black/Brown Bodies
    • The Exam Room
    • The Intersection of Health Disparities, SDOH and Race
    • The Patient Family Advisory Council
    • The Waiting Room and Front Desk
    • URIM Women Physicians: The Impact of The Minority Tax and Pay Disparities in Medicine
    • Wellness as a URIM—How is Burnout Different in Different Groups
    • When Inclusion isn't Inclusive: Pitfalls to Avoid
    • Why Diversity Improves Team Outcomes
    • Why the Bathroom Matters
    • High-speed broadband connection required for online access.
    • Latest version of FirefoxSafari, or Chrome on Windows or Macintosh computers or tablets.
    • Latest version of Adobe Reader.

    The AAFP has reviewed Health Equity for EveryONE and deemed it acceptable for up to 14.75 Enduring Materials, Self-Study AAFP Prescribed credits. Term of Approval is from 12/8/2022 to 12/8/2025. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

    The AAFP is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

    The American Academy of Family Physicians designates this Enduring Materials for a maximum of 14.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

    CME activities approved for AAFP credit are recognized by the AOA as equivalent to AOA Category 2 credit.

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